29th Annual “I’ve Ridden Every Day This Year!” Ride
(For 2020, every Day this DECADE!)
That’s what you’ll say the whole day, and hopefully many days following as you start 2020 with cycling miles. No downside. Healthy and fun.
This ‘inclusive’ ride rarely has any dropped riders. From the easy pace of the casual new-hybrid-for-the-holidays rider to the over-achieving racer – we will have local leaders to work with the breaks and stragglers alike in this known-for-being-conversational outing in ‘possum country.
In the past we’ve had a great assortment of tandems, recumbents, and trikes along too
We’ll mingle a bit in the lot, check out each others’ clothing, bikes, and calves, catch up on the year and all start together.
After a few gasps of the country air on our initial “beginners’ slope” start, many will know how much of a toll December’s parties took out of them.
Because we’d like to arrange enough guides and leaders, and have enough pre- and post-ride refreshments, a nose count in advance (up til the morning of) is requested.
If you have temptations left over from December’s celebrations and the midnight before, we’ll provide table space and beverages.
The more you share, the less you’ll ‘wear’!
Send an email to email@example.com so we know how many riders will be attending
ALL Paces, 6-45mi., ALL Conditions, Noon, Wed. Jan 1st, Mt Airy, Md.
Start point is Mt Airy Bicycles, 4540 Old National Pike (Md rte.144), Mt. Airy MD. Restrooms for changing available.
Driving Directions: From Frederick or Baltimore: I-70 exit 68 south, first left at shell, 1/2 mile to shop.From the DC Beltway, I-270 North to Exit 16 (Md 27). Go North/East 12 miles (including twist through Damascus) to MD 144,Old National Pike (Shell Gas on right) Turn right to head East on 144 then 1.2 mile to the shop.
Bike Advocacy & Public Affairs
A number of organizations are endeavoring to promote cycling throughout America. Get to know them!
- Bike to Work Day – Frederick, MD May 2019
- Stat Attacks – Numbers as Weapons in Discouraging Cycling
- Transportation Alternatives (New York City)
- Gehl Architects (Copenhagen)
- EMBARQ The WRI Center for Sustainable Transport
- Institute for Transportation and Development Policy
- Institute for Sustainability and Technology Policy
- Bike Maryland
- League of American Bicyclists (LAB)
- Washington Area Bicyclist Association (WABA)
We are compiling a list of tandem and recumbent resources that, you, our customer will find interesting and informative.
If you have any suggestions or links, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Recumbent & Tandem Rider Magazine is the authoritative, informative and entertaining magazine for riders and enthusiasts of recumbent and tandem bicycles. www.rtrmag.com
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Test Rides & Repairs: Because we have a smaller, focused professional staff and a smaller space than many shops, we suggest emailing or calling before visiting to test ride, especially in the off season, inclement weather, or for trikes, tandems, recumbent, and used bikes.Test rides should be completed at least 60 minutes before closing. Please arrive early enough to allow ample time for your test ride. Call or email if you need any special attention with late arrival.